Features

  • > Touch-friendly storage analyzer
  • > See the size of folders including their subfolders and break it down to the file level
  • > Detailed view with single files and additional information (e.g. date of last access)
  • > List of the 100 largest files
  • > Delete files and folders right out of the app
  • > High Performance: Browse the results during scanning
  • > Unicode file and folder names

Additional information


Version Notes

TreeSize Touch Version 2.0 - The performance of TreeSize Touch has been greatly improved. Compared to version 1, scans now take less than half of the time to finish. - Files and folders can now be deleted directly from the App via a context menu. - The stability has been improved. - A few minor fixes and improvements have been incorporated.


Ratings and reviews

Average customer rating

2.2
29 ratings

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Geoffrey · 7/2/2013
Not ready

I installed on an OptiPlex 23 touch, application would never start. After reading other reviews - even if it does start it would take to long to be useful. Fully uninstalled. PS I use TreeSize Pro all the time, and was excited about a W8 app, just disappointing that not much thought or time was put into this.

Lukasz · 3/17/2013
Crashes

It takes over 30 min to scan C drive on Surface and then when you're browsing through results it crashes. After restarting the app the results of the previous scan are lost and you have to start from scratch.

Jeff · 1/4/2013
Use the desktop app!

It doesn't detect/scan hidden files/folders or those for which you do not have permission. Since you can't run in 'as an administrator', you can't solve the latter. There is no option for including hidden files/folders, so that is a problem. Since most things that waste space are hidden, this is not very useful. Plus, if there is problem deleting a file/folder, it gets hidden behind the Metro interface and stops the app. And...it doesn't refresh. And...you can't cancel an accidental scan.

JJ · 12/26/2012
Needs to run in the background

On the surface (pun intended) this looks perfect, however in actual use it's not very "useful". The primary reason is that the app has never been able to completely scan my disk. I'm running a surface 32GB and when I let the app run it will either not complete before the OS goes into standby, or (if I keep tapping the screen to keep the OS awake) the app will crash back to the desktop. If it could scan in the background, that should solve this issue and make it very useful.

Ben · 12/19/2012
Very limited functionality

I was initially quite pleased when I saw this available for the Surface, but my excitement quickly changed to disappointment when I found that I can't run it as Administrator. This prevents it from being able to scan many of the folders, thus it does not paint an accurate picture of what is using up drive space. This app needs to be updated before I will use it on RT.

Pieter · 11/7/2012
Sudden crashes

I like the desktop version of TreeSize, but the touch version kept crashing during a scan of an external hard drive. I'm going back to TreeSize Freeware.

John · 3/27/2015
slow

why does it scan immensely slower than the desktop version? scanning my ssd takes minutes versus seconds

Clifford · 3/30/2014
Poor Design and Bad Performance

This application has a poor interface. It either runs in full screen or in the Windows 8 side screen (about 1/4 of screen). It does not run in ANY other mode (IE half screen/side by side). The Bad Performance is based in it not detecting all files on a drive. My OS drive reports 60GB used. This program only reports 20GB of files. So how do I find the large files?

Robert · 5/27/2013
disappointed

I'm a huge fan of TreeSize Free for Windows. When I found out about this touch version, I was stoked because I wanted to hunt down some files to free up storage on my Surface RT. Sadly it is really slow, and cannot run unless it is the app in focus. I don't understand why it is so slow :( Would rather see an arm binary so I could run in jail broken desktop.

Rajesh · 3/30/2014
Slow and crashes :(

I used treesize for years on my desktop and had higher hopes... It os very slow when loading many folders and crashes in the middle.

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